Kelley Ferguson has worked in the financial industry for over 20 years and has been employed by Numerica since 1998. He has held several positions within the credit union while advancing to his current position of Chief Administration Officer (CAO). He is responsible for technology innovation, corporate culture, finance, payments, card services, human resources, corporate strategic visioning, and executive leadership at the credit union.
Kelley is a Certified Information Systems Auditor, a Certified Information Systems Security Professional, a Certified Information Systems Security Manager, and holds additional certifications from both Microsoft and Cisco. He earned his Bachelor's degree from Whitworth University, where he graduated Cum Laude, and earned his Master's degree in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga University. He went on to earn his MBA from Washington State University. Kelley also achieved a certification in Servant Leadership at Gonzaga University. Kelley participated in Jim Cardwell’s 306/2 Leadership Symposium and earned his Certified Chief Executive (CCE) certificate from the Credit Union Executive Society (CUES).
Kelley was a CUNA technology council best practices award winner in 2007. He has a passion for speaking on security, and volunteers his time to educate groups on electronic threats and ways to avoid becoming a victim of computer fraud. Kelley was interviewed in a three-part series about the threat of identity theft on NBC's TODAY Show, where Numerica was featured alongside Trace Security for their efforts to educate members about threats. In his spare time, Kelley enjoys volunteering his time as the vice chair of Generation Alive and spending time with his family.